First Step On Being A Veterinarian
Most schools of veterinary medicine demand or prefer applicants to have a bachelor’s degree first. While many students earn their degree in biological science, most veterinary schools don’t have a favored major as long as specific science courses are taken before.
Participate in volunteer internships or programs in the veterinary field. Interning or volunteering or at vet clinics or other animal care centers can provide students an idea of what the job of a veterinarian really is.
Many Veterinary Programs Require Some Experience
Many veterinary courses require some background working with animals, and volunteering can fulfill this concern or make a student more ambitious when applying. You can use these experiences to show devotion to the field of animal care.
Join a pre-veterinary club. Pre-professional clubs that focus on veterinary medicine are available at many schools. These clubs may have meetings where members discuss career topics, shadowing programs, and resources for volunteer or internship experience.